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SC asks Centre to respond on safety measures at Kudankulam

The Supreme Court on Monday sought response from the Centre and Atomic Energy Regulatory Board on implementation of safety guidelines issued by it for the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant in Tamil......

Safety review on at Kudankulam, commissioning likely in July

India's nuclear regulator the Atomic Energy Regulator Board is carrying out a thorough review of the first unit of the much-delayed Kudankulam atomic power plant as directed by the Supreme Court......

No defects in Koondakulam N-reactor: Narayanasamy

India's nuclear regulator has found no defects in the reactor pressure vessel of the Kudankulam atomic power plant, the Lok Sabha was informed on Wednesday. "The inspection of the reactor pressure......

Are Indian nuclear weapons facilities safe?

Parliament must insist that the government should direct its Department of Atomic Energy to immediately examine and make recommendations to the government on the structure of an independent......

Nuclear Liability Bill: PM's Gift to the US

Former Atomic Energy Regulatory Board chairman Dr A Gopalakrishnan makes a case against the nuclear liability bill. The Statement of Objects and Reasons accompanying the draft Nuclear Damage......

Did the CAG overstep the mark?

It is unfair to judge the CAG only by his reports on 2G, KG, Coalgate and the Commonwealth Games, notes Sukumar MukhopadhyayDoes the Comptroller and Auditor General serve the government or the......

Is National Investment Board needed?

Vinayak ChatterjeeChairman, Feedback Infra "Over 65 clearances are required for a thermal power project at three different levels - federal, state and local. There are 17 ministries at the central......

Government bans food imports from Japan

Almost a month after Japan was devastated by a high-intensity earthquake, followed by radiation from nuclear reactors, the government has banned import of food articles from that country with......

Power sector seeks extension of sunset clause

Power sector plays crucial role in the economic progress of the country given the importance of electricity in the economic activity.On one hand with rising demand for electricity as double digit......

Power: Extend eligibility timeline for benefits

Considering double-digit peak and normal power deficit, and the industry seeks direct and indirect tax incentives to facilitate acceleration in the pace of capacity additions.Power sector is often......

  People speak for atomic energy regulatory board of india

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Q. "Jaitatpur power plant" a threat to the environment. Comments plz.
:  A. The JPP project got environmental clearance on November 28 hurriedly to please French President Nicolas Sarkozy, who visited India from December...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/jaitatpur-power-plant-a-threat-to-the-environment.-comments-//answers/18871762

jag
Q. Q. 280 - Should INDIA sign the Nuclear deal or not ?
Jag:  A. India Sould not...Please find what the scientists say....below from rediff....Former chairman of Atomic Energy Commission Dr. P K Iyengar, former...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/q.-280---should-india-sign-the-nuclear-deal-or-not-/18871743/answers/9408523

mr india
Q. Should India sign Nuke deal?
Mr India:  A. No.....Please find the below from the leading indian scientistsFormer chairman of Atomic Energy Commission Dr. P K Iyengar, former chairman of...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/should-india-sign-nuke-deal/9408428/answers/9405072

  Web results for Atomic Energy Regulatory Board Of India
Activists

TIRUNELVELI: Demanding a probe into the irregularities at the Koodankulam Nuclear Power Project (KKNPP) following the problem with components of... ...

http://www.newindianexpress.com/states/tamil_nadu/Probe-Nod-to-KKNPP-Turbine-Unit-Activists/2014/10/24/article2490650.ece
THE RAFALE FIGHTER JET DEAL AND WHY IT MAKES CHINA NERVOUS

There were six in contention; four were dropped, and one became the Chosen One: The Rafale. In French, Rafale poetically means a sudden gust... ...

http://www.ipanewspack.com/defence/the-rafale-fighter-jet-deal-and-why-it-makes-china-nervous/
Council to be set up led by PM Modi

NEW DELHI: India will set up a new Council on Nuclear Safety to be headed by the Prime Minister, taking a leap forward towards setting stronger... ...

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/pm-modi-led-council-to-be-set-up-for-nuclear-safety/articleshow/44866184.cms
President returns home after visit to Norway, Finland

The President returned home this morning. During his visit to Oslo, India and Norway signed over a dozen pacts to step up cooperation in defence,... ...

http://post.jagran.com/president-returns-home-after-visit-to-norway-finland-1413521803
the big picture

PET MRI, a new cancer screening test, can detect the disease in the body with greater accuracy. It can also chart out the possible course of... ...

http://www.business-standard.com/article/specials/cancer-the-big-picture-114101600844_1.html

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